Y11 MYP Film Elective Criterion B Task 4 Wong Kar Wai to Silver Screen

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Task Description From scripts chosen, you will be put into production teams and create a film inspired by the work of the director, Wong Kar Wai. You will be marked on your participation in the group in your respective production role. That is, you will only be judged on your contribution in the scope of that particular role. ie: a sound person will only be marked on their efforts on sound. In so far as your production role can contribute to producing a film in the Wong Kar Wai style, try to incorporate that style in each stage of the production. Criterion B : Application (Maximum 10) Students are expected to demonstrate the ability to apply the knowledge and understanding of the concepts previously studied in class. Assessment will be based on how well their film demonstrates :

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Application of the understanding of how to bring a film from storyboard to screen Application of the understanding of your individual production roles Application of the understanding of Wong Kar Wai’s filmmaking style Thorough and effective planning and pre-production skills; Thorough and effective time management; Creativity and resourcefulness throughout the creative cycle;

An ability to work well alone and as part of a team Level of Achievement Task Specific Descriptor 0 The student does not reach a standard described by any of the descriptors given below 1-2

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The student shows little or no understanding of how to bring a film from storyboard to screen The student shows little or no understanding of their individual production role The student shows little or no understanding of understanding of Wong Kar Wai’s filmmaking

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The student shows poor planning and time management and shows no contribution in the group’s organisation; The student shows little or no attempt to solve problems creatively; The student plays a superficial role in the task. The student shows a limited understanding of how to bring a film from storyboard to screen The student shows a limited understanding of their individual production role The student shows a limited understanding of understanding of Wong Kar Wai’s filmmaking style The student shows ineffective planning and time management; The student shows ineffective attempts to solve problems creatively; The student plays a minor role in the task. The student shows a satisfactory understanding of how to bring a film from storyboard to screen The student shows a satisfactory understanding of their individual production role The student shows a satisfactory understanding of understanding of Wong Kar Wai’s filmmaking The student shows satisfactory planning and time management;

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The student shows satisfactory attempt to solve problems creatively; The student plays an active role in the task.

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The student shows a good understanding of how to bring a film from storyboard to screen

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The student shows a good understanding of their individual production role The student shows a good understanding of understanding of Wong Kar Wai’s filmmaking style The student shows effective planning and time management; The student almost always attempts to solve problems creatively; The student plays a committed role in the task. The student shows an excellent understanding of how to bring a film from storyboard to screen The student shows an excellent understanding of their individual production role The student shows an excellent understanding of understanding of Wong Kar Wai’s filmmaking The student shows thorough and effective planning and time management; The student consistently attempts to solve problems creatively; The student plays an irreplaceable role in the task. Teacher Grade & Comments:

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